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Ie7 Not Always Detected


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#1 jetsetsteph

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Posted 17 January 2008 - 04:05 PM

Hello, all! I went to Microsoft's site today, to try to run a OneCare Safety Scan, and I received the message, "We're sorry. This version of the Windows Live OneCare safety scanner doesn't work with your Web browser or operating system." I have IE7, on Windows XP Media Center Edition."

It worked last week.

Also, when I go to one particular website, I receive the message, "We're sorry, (this website) does not support the version of the browser you are using. Please upgrade to the latest version of your browser by clicking a link below."

This site was fine right before Christmas.

On Dec. 24, I downloaded a trial version of Zone Alarm Security Suite. It ran out a couple of days ago, and I clicked on not purchasing it, but to just put in the old Zone Alarm Firewall (free).

I have already reinstalled IE7, and I uninstalled and reinstalled the free Zone Alarm firewall. I am still getting the same results.

I called Microsoft today, and they could not figure it out.

Help, please!

Thank you in advance for your assistance!

-JSS

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Posted 19 January 2008 - 08:34 AM

I reinstalled IE7 (twice) and the 2nd time worked.

Thanks to anyone who may have been working on this for me!

Go ahead and close it out, fabulous BC Staff!

-JSS




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